717 Pitch Us a No-Hitter Send us some genuine Googlenopes. A Googlenope is a phrase or very brief sentence that, entered into the Google search engine with quotation marks around it, produces no hits. H
711 Join Now! Hyphenate the beginning and end of any two multi-syllabic words appearing anywhere in the April 29 or May 6 Style or Sunday Arts section, and then define the compound. P
693 Everything Being Sequel Give a brief scenario for the sequel to a well-known movie. H
650 King Us Give us a scenario for a horror novel based on an everyday item. H
556 So Zoo Us Combine any two kinds of animals, give its name and describe it. H
544 You Gotta Have Heart Write us some valentine sentiments from one particular person (real or fictional) to another. H
485 Asterisky Business Write a joke with a punch line depending on knowledge so esoteric that it requires an asterisked explanation. H
463 Retell Sales Give us the beginning of any well-known story as retold by any famous person, living or dead, except for Ronald Reagan. H
444 Advice Squad Take any letter from today's advice columns and answer it in the voice of someone famous, living or dead. H
398 Animal Magnetism Make great literature and/or a significant expression of the human condition out of the provided randomly-selected words. Use whatever punctuation you choose and any of the words, but only those words, and use them only once. H
394 Life in the Blurbs Come up with a blurb used to sell a real or imagined book or movie that would be likely to have the opposite of the intended effect. H
386 The Game of Clue What are some clues that someone might be any of the provided characterizations? H
383 A Kinder, Gender Nation Take an noun and give us a reason or two why it should be either masculine or feminine. 3
349 Orienting Oneself Produce a haiku using only words found in today's Washington Post. Your entry must have three lines, the first containing exactly five syllables, the second containing exactly seven syllables, the third containing exactly five. H